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Make sure you can keep your solo practice running until it succeeds by keeping costs down and overhead low.
Never try and convince yourself that any client is a good client. It’s not that simple.
It is easy to decide that the only way your firm will be profitable is for you to scrimp and save every penny. However, sometimes you have to spend money (wisely) to make money.
Motions to compel play an important role in civil litigation. To effectively handle motions to compel, think tactically and keep it simple.
For many years, the idea of a general practitioner and a solo or small-firm lawyer were synonymous, but that is all changing.
During this week's podcast, Aaron and Sam discuss why sometimes lawyers should shorten written content, and Sam talks with Katie Floyd, co-host of the Mac Power Users podcast, about setting up her solo practice and tips for Mac and iOS users.
Choosing a remote professional to help with your everyday tasks can free you up for more important work. Here are some pointers to make sure that process goes smoothly.
There are a lot of considerations that go into whether you should be a solo attorney or form a partnership with another lawyer. Here are some key things to keep in mind.